I want to write a python script beeing able to send data from my self built prototype weather station to cumulus (picture in attachment).
I am measuring the following data:
- Temperature 2m
- Temperature 2m in the Sun
- 7 Temperatures from 1m to -1m over/under ground
- Wind speed
- Wind direction
- UV radiation
- global radiation
- Snow depth
- Leaf wetness
- Particle concentration
Since the Vantage protocol is well documented I consider to implement this. After reading the documentation I saw that the LOOP packet is able to transmit data of more extra sensors then the LOOP2 packet. Is that right?
Has anyone a idea if there is a more apropriate and well documented protocol especially I have a lot of possible data to transmit.
When implementing the LOOP packet, can anyone tell me which data is not taken into account by cumulus like the alarms or the forecast icons.
I assume there is no need to implement the HILOW packed, because cumulus calculates all the data by itself.
When the script is working, I will provide it here, maybe someone can use it, too.
Hoping for a lot of feedback.